Mortal Kombat Advance is the name given to the Game Boy Advance port of Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. The game was panned by critics and fans alike. Some players complained that the CPU difficulty had increased dramatically from UMK3, with computer opponents executing excessively long and difficult combos with other complaints targeted towards the unresponsive and condensed control scheme due to the GBA's four button input. Electronic Gaming Monthly editor Dan Hsu gave it the first "0" rating in the magazine's history. It currently has a rank of 34% at Game Rankings.

The character roster is the same as its 16-bit counterparts. The Game Boy Advance version features two less buttons than were used in UMK3, which resulted in many special move button sequences being consolidated or changed. The violence in this game was toned down due to a younger fan base using the Game Boy Advance (though the game is still rated M for Mature). Blood is seen less in this version of the game. Each character (except for Noob Saibot and the bosses) has one Fatality and one Friendship. Three hidden characters can be used by completing any tower other than Novice. The hidden characters are Shao Kahn (Grand Master), Motaro (Master), Human Smoke (Warrior).

Playable charactersEdit

Boss and Sub-BossEdit



The story was pretty much the same as Mortal Kombat 3, Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, & Mortal Kombat Trilogy.

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